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Did Donald Trump Just Make Up An Award He Won?

He says he was named "Man of the Year" in Michigan five years ago. But there's no evidence of this.

Detroit's Housing Disaster Is Its Leaders' Fault

Detroit hasn’t updated many property tax assessments in two decades, but still uses them to kick people out of their homes.

Elizabeth Warren Is 'Past Sick And Tired' Of Republicans Who Only Help Their Own

They'll pass flood aid for the South, while stiffing African-Americans in Flint.

Wanted Man Caught While Playing Pokemon Go Outside Police Station

Police chief: “I think he was more upset that he had to stop playing the game.”

Mayfly Season Is Here, And It's The Stuff Of Nightmares

The inch-long insects are causing motorcycle accidents in Illinois.

Parents Of Murder Victim Believe His Parrot Witnessed Crime

The bird repeated what sounds like an argument, including the phrase, "Don't f***ing shoot."

Another Republican Governor Refuses To Endorse Donald Trump

"I've stayed out of the whole thing, and I'm going to continue to," said Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder

6 Things Detroit's Bankruptcy Can Teach You About Money

In the years leading up to bankruptcy, the city made mistakes that are all too common for anyone struggling with debt.

Clarence Thomas Tells Grads 'Do Not Hide Your Faith And Your Beliefs'

The conservative jurist offered advice for navigating a "world that seems to have gone mad with political correctness."

Michigan City Attorney Accused Of Calling Rape Victim A 'Whore'

Elise Hilton says a former Grand Rapids city attorney wrote an email making vile comments about Hilton's disabled daughter.

Detroit School Crisis Goes Way Beyond A Couple Days Of Missed Class

Schools reopened after two days of teacher protests, but the beleaguered district is still set to run out of cash.

Detroit Public Schools Shut With Teachers In 'Sickout' Protest Over Pay

"There's a basic agreement in America: When you put in a day's work, you'll receive a day's pay."

Rick Snyder Vows To Drink Flint Water For A Month To Prove It's Safe

Filters can greatly reduce the excessive amount of lead in the water, but some residents still have concerns.

Michigan Residents Are Pretty Unhappy With Rick Snyder

The Michigan governor's approval rating has dropped sharply since Flint's lead poisoning disaster came to light.

Couple Threatened With Jail For Overdue Library Books

Talk about throwing the book at them.

Aretha Franklin On Biopic: 'This Is Gonna Be 'Straight Outta Detroit''

The Queen of Soul says she is close to landing ‘Straight Outta Compton’ producers for long-delayed story of her life.

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